Miss Rosen

The photographer tracing the history of New York’s slave trade
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The photographer tracing the history of New York’s slave trade

Nona Faustine embarked on a journey into the past, traveling across New York City’s five boroughs and Long Island between 2012–2021 to create the new exhibition and monograph ‘White Shoes.’

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An unconventional portrait of queer motherhood
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An unconventional portrait of queer motherhood

In new book, ‘This Train’ photographer Justine Kurland documents her life on the road with her young son amongst brutal histories inscribed in the earth.

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Chronicling Mexican womanhood through portrait photography
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Chronicling Mexican womanhood through portrait photography

A new photobook offers an expansive look at the iconography and expression of the female experience in the Latin American nation.

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Joel Sternfeld’s landmark portrait of American pathos & dreams
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Joel Sternfeld’s landmark portrait of American pathos & dreams

A new edition of the iconic photographer’s seminal photobook American Prospects captures late empire like no other.

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Documenting the decline of the West Midlands in the 70s
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Documenting the decline of the West Midlands in the 70s

Photographer Janine Wiedel’s chronicles of the labour force in the ‘workshop of the world’ are collected in the new book, Vulcan’s Forge.

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An intimate portrait of Vietnam half a century after the war
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An intimate portrait of Vietnam half a century after the war

Returning to the country that her family had fled, photographer Tracy Dong charts her journey self-discovery, community, and connection in the new book, Tell Me About Saigon.

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Exploring Irving Penn’s subversive approach to photography
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Exploring Irving Penn’s subversive approach to photography

A new exhibition showcases the artist’s revolutionary seven-decade career, including groundbreaking series “The Incredibles”.

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Exploring family, memory and legacy through photography
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Exploring family, memory and legacy through photography

Photographer Mary Frey crafts a captivating chronicle of late 20th century American life that exists somewhere between reality, metaphor, and myth.

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How Black women transformed British photography
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How Black women transformed British photography

Joy Gregory’s new photo book takes a comprehensive look at the work of a generation of artists whose recognition is long overdue.

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Gritty scenes of Dublin in the 1970s
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Gritty scenes of Dublin in the 1970s

In his new book, Dublin City, Suburbs & County 1970s, photographer Keith Nolan relives the spirit and warmth of the Irish capital.

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